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April 2011

Chronic toxicity of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc to Mugil cephalus, Perna viridis and Penaeus monodon
Rajkumar, J. S. I, John Milton, M. C and Arockia Rita, J.J

A study was carried out to estimate maximum acceptable tolerance concentration (MATC) of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc to the three marine organisms, Mugil cephalus, Perna viridis and Penaeus monodon under static renewal for short term chronic toxicity test. P. monodon was sensitive to cadmium, lead and zinc, while P.viridis was sensitive to copper. M.cephalus showed tolerance behaviour, whose chronic value was higher when compared with P.monodon and P.viridis. Lead was effective to P....

Levels of heavy metals (Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn) In Perna viridis and Mugil cephalus exposed under static renewal
Rajkumar, J. S. I, John Milton, M. C and Arockia Rita, J.J

Bioaccumulation study was conducted in Mugil cephalus and Perna viridis in short-term test in varying concentrations of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc. The results revealed that the zinc was primarily accumulated in the tissues of Mugil cephalus and Perna viridis followed by copper, lead and cadmium. Cadmium was the heavy metal found in lower quantities, which was influenced based on the exposure concentrations and test duration. The accumulation of heavy metals in the tissues of Mugil...

Lipid peroxidation and reduced glutathione as a biomarker in common clam, Meriterix meriterix to short term chronic...
Rajkumar, J. S. I, John Milton, M. C and Arockia Rita, J.J

Copper is an essential metal to various physiological processes in marine organisms. However, at high concentrations this redox-active transition metal may enhance the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and subsequently initiate oxidative damage. Oxidative stress due to long term exposure of copper and changes in antioxidants and enzyme activities was studied in Meriterix meriterix. The whole animal protein content and the status of antioxidant-reduced glutathione were observed as...

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